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Philly emergency management director leaving for new job
Mar 4, 2017 - Philadelphia Inquirer

Samantha Phillips, director of the Office of Emergency Management in Philadelphia, is leaving the city for a new job leading the National Center for Security and Preparedness in Albany, N.Y., Mayor Kenney announced Friday.

Phillips joined the city's emergency-management office in 2007 and became its director in 2011. In that position, she oversaw the city's handling of the Democratic National Convention last year and Pope Francis's visit in 2015 as well as the city's response to the Amtrak

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